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: Open University

6.45 Housing in Birmingham
7.10 Nuclear Weapons: Arms Control
7.35 A Case of Flu
8.00 Organic Chemistry: Azodyes
8.25 Maths Models and Methods

: Playdays

The Playbus stops today at the Playground Stop. Today's story is Tall Inside by Jean Richardson , told by Zoe McAvoy. (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Richardson
Told By: Zoe McAvoy.

: Making Sense

... of Compassion. Donald Reeves looks at two well-known Old
Testament stories: Jacob's Ladder and the story of Sarah. Director Richard Alwyn
Producer Helen Alexander (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Donald Reeves
Director: Richard Alwyn
Producer: Helen Alexander

: This Is the Day

Noel Battye meets Ian Rutherford at the National Garden Festival in Gateshead. The Rev
Hazel Ditchburn reads from Psalm 65 and Matthew 6, vv 28-33. Producer Noel Vincent Editor Helen Alexander

Contributors

Unknown: Noel Battye
Unknown: Ian Rutherford
Unknown: Hazel Ditchburn
Producer: Noel Vincent
Editor: Helen Alexander

: Bazaar

Among the items this week: how to return faulty sale goods; how to get out of debt; and how to fit a smoke detector. With Janice Long. Director David Wheeler
Series producer Erica Griffiths (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Janice Long.
Director: David Wheeler
Producer: Erica Griffiths

: Take Nobody's Word for It

Do-it-yourself science with Carol Vorderman and Professor Ian Fells ' of Newcastle University. Director Hendrik Ball
Producer George Auckland (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Carol Vorderman
Unknown: Professor Ian Fells
Director: Hendrik Ball

: Business Matters

Softening the Blow. Outplacement is a new industry developed to help redundant workers rebuild their confidence and tackle the job market. Philip Tibenham investigates. Producer Jenny Stevens Editor Brian Davies

Contributors

Unknown: Philip Tibenham
Producer: Jenny Stevens
Editor: Brian Davies

: The Big E

The Balancing Act. Chris Baines reports on damage done to the countryside by too many visitors. Producer Ron Bloomfield (R)
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Contributors

Unknown: Chris Baines

: When in France

The last programme in the series to improve your French takes Dariane Lorian to the south coast: first to
Grasse, near Cannes, and then on to Marseilles.
Producer Frank Ash
0 BOOK: same title, priced £3.50, and cassette, priced £4.99, available from booksellers.

Contributors

Unknown: Dariane Lorian
Producer: Frank Ash

: See Hear!

See Hear! travels to France with a party from the RNID to meet a French deaf group and looks at how a fax machine can improve communication for the deaf.
Presented by Maureen Denmark and Clive Mason. Interpreted by John Lee and Brenda Mackay.

Contributors

Presenter: Maureen Denmark
Presenter: Clive Mason
Unknown: John Lee
Unknown: Brenda MacKay
Director: Allan Burr

: Country File

Rupert Segar reports on the concerns surrounding the export of horses from Britain for slaughter abroad. Introduced by John Craven. Plus at 12.55pm the weather for the countryside with John Kettley. Editor Michael Fitzgerald

Contributors

Unknown: Rupert Segar
Introduced By: John Craven.
Unknown: John Kettley.
Editor: Michael Fitzgerald

: News

With Chris Lowe.
Followed by On the Record
In the week in which Nato assembles for its summit in London, Brian Hanrahan reports on the role the organisation will fulfil in the new Europe. Presented by Jonathan Dimbleby with John Cole. Producer Mark Dowd
Editor Glenwyn Benson

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Lowe.
Unknown: Brian Hanrahan
Presented By: Jonathan Dimbleby
Unknown: John Cole.
Producer: Mark Dowd
Editor: Glenwyn Benson

: EastEnders

Another chance to see last week's episodes.
Janine gives Pat a bad scare, but Pat decides to get her own back.
(Ceefax subtitles)

: All Creatures Great and Small

A series based on the popular books of Yorkshire vet
James Herriot. Starring Christopher Timothy Robert Hardy
The Call of the Wild. Calum has an article published in the Veterinary Record, much to James's delight, but Siegfried finds it a bit galling.
Episode written by Anthony Steven Director Bob Blagden
Producer Bill Sellars (R)
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Contributors

Unknown: James Herriot.
Unknown: Christopher Timothy
Unknown: Robert Hardy
Written By: Anthony Steven
Director: Bob Blagden
Producer: Bill Sellars
James Herriot: Christopher Timothy
Siegfried Farnon: Robert Hardy
Tristan Farnon: Peter Davison
Helen Herriot: Lynda Bellingham
Calum Buchanan: John McGlynn
Deirdre McEwan: Andrea Gibb
Barbara Hazlitt: Christine Kavanagh
Mrs Bond: Sonia Graham
Mr Skipton: Tony Melody
George the postman: Anthony Wise

: World Cup Grandstand

The quarter-finals live from the Stadia Guiseppe Meazza , Milan.
In the event of the World Cup overrunning, the following programme may be cancelled.

Contributors

Unknown: Guiseppe Meazza

: * Play It Again, Charlie Brown

Cartoon fun from the Peanuts gang. (R)

: News

With Chris Lowe.
Weather John Kettley

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Lowe.
Unknown: John Kettley

: Festival

Bill Oddie visits music festivals throughout the country, starting with the annual village fair weekend at Bredon, on the edge of the Cotswolds. Through conversation with local people, he shares in the vitality and spirit of a village community in England and enjoys all the fun of the fair. Producer Simon Hammond
Series editor Roger Hutchings
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Contributors

Unknown: Bill Oddie
Producer: Simon Hammond
Editor: Roger Hutchings

: Blackadder II

Comic tales of a dubious dynasty. Chains. England, 1566.
Very funny last episode in which the whole court gets horribly murdered at the end, again.
Written by Richard Curtis and Ben Elton Director Mandie Fletcher Producer John Lloyd (R)

Contributors

Written By: Richard Curtis
Written By: Ben Elton
Director: Mandie Fletcher
Producer: John Lloyd
Edmund Blackadder: Rowan Atkinson
Lord Percy: Tim McLnnerny
Baldrick: Tony Robinson
Queen Elizabeth I: Miranda Richardson
Lord Melchett: Stephen Fry
Nursie: Patsy Byrne
Prince Ludwig: Hugh Laurie
Torturer: Max Harvey
Firs' guard: Mark Arden
Second guard: Lee Comes

: Agatha Christie's The Mirror Crack'd

Starring
Elizabeth Taylor Rock Hudson
St Mary Mead is a typical English village. It has a cricket pitch, a pond, garden parties and a grapevine that leads right to Miss
Marple's cottage door. All this rural Englishness is disrupted when a Hollywood film crew arrives, noisily introducing inflated egos, blatant bitchiness and cold-blooded murder. Miss Marple, of course, investigates.
Director Guy Hamilton
● FILMS: pages 20-24
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Contributors

Unknown: Elizabeth Taylor
Unknown: Rock Hudson
Unknown: St Mary Mead
Director: Guy Hamilton
Marina: Elizabeth Taylor
Jason Rudd: Rock Hudson
Marty N Fenn: Tony Curtis
Miss Marple: Angela Lansbury
Ella: Geraldine Chaplin
Chief Insp Craddock: Edward Fox
Lola Brewster: Kim Novak
Cherry: Wendy Morgan
Mrs Bantry: Margaret Courtenay

: News

Martyn Lewis presents the day's top stories.
Weather John Kettley

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Lewis
Unknown: John Kettley

: That's Life!

Last in the present series.
Real-life humour, mishaps, special investigations and consumer stories drawn from letters sent to
That's Life! every week.
With Esther Rantzen , Gavin Campbell , Adrian Mills , Howard Leader , Simon Fanshawe and Doc Cox. Editor Shaun Woodward

Contributors

Unknown: Esther Rantzen
Unknown: Gavin Campbell
Unknown: Adrian Mills
Unknown: Howard Leader
Unknown: Simon Fanshawe
Unknown: Doc Cox.
Editor: Shaun Woodward

: Heart of the Matter: Where No Birds Sing

Each year, 200 million birds are killed by Italian hunters. Anything from songbirds to majestic birds of prey is a potential target. The Italians are not just killing their own birds but vast numbers of migratory species heading for the rest of Europe. Joan Bakewell goes to Italy - the land of St Francis, the patron saint of ecology and animals - and talks to both the hunters and impassioned conservationists who say that if something isn't done soon, there won't be much birdsong left in Italy.

Contributors

Presenter: Joan Bakewell
Director: Jonathan Rugman
Series Producer: Olga Edridge

: World Cup Report

Highlights from today's two quarter-finals in Milan and Naples. The ultimate prize is now in reach.

: You and 92

4: You and Your Money. With a special survey of opinion in the City and reports from the Continent,
Alan Watson and Dick Taverne ask how 1992 could affect your savings, borrowings and investments.
Producer Laurence Vulliamy
Series editor Christopher Capron A Capron production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Watson
Unknown: Dick Taverne
Producer: Laurence Vulliamy
Editor: Christopher Capron

: The Sky at Night

Our Daylight Star. The sun, our nearest star, is at present at the peak of its cycle of activity and there are many sunspots. These can be observed by amateurs, though great care must always be taken. Patrick Moore is joined by Bruce Hardie , director of the Solar Section of the British Astronomical
Association. He also visits the Swedish solar telescope in La
Palma, where remarkable pictures of the sun are being taken. Producer Pieter Morpurgo

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Moore
Unknown: Bruce Hardie
Producer: Pieter Morpurgo

: Mahabharat

A 91-part epic drama in Hindi with English subtitles.

: Weather

30JUNE- 6 JULY 1990








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